Yugambeh yarrabilgingun (songwoman) and Indigenous ethnomusicologist Candace Kruger has a big and beautiful story to share with students across Australia.
A Year 7 support unit class have received a NSW environment award recognising their dedication to sustainability.
For James Fallon High School principal Jenny Parrett, a never-ending approach of optimism and positivity is a must.
We spoke with Nadine Crane, lecturer at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, who unpacks the "false assumptions" around the inclusion of student voice in the classroom, and gives her take on the so-called dichotomy between explicit teaching and inquiry-based learning.
An evidence-based model that sees teachers draw on storytelling and roleplaying techniques to fire up children’s exploration of STEM has launched as a free online PD program.
Teachers across Aotearoa are teaming up with scientists and conservation experts to learn about environmental education topics that they can then integrate into their own school curriculum.
The future of Bahasa Indonesia language learning in Australian schools is a scarily precarious one, according to Hamish Curry, executive director of the Asia Education Foundation (AEF) at the University of Melbourne.
In recent days, dozens of maths professors and teachers wrote an open letter airing concerns about a new draft national maths curriculum.
As schools become more focused on exams and outcomes, and as perpetual panic over the state of numeracy and literacy leads to the marginalising of creative subjects, both the quality and quantity of visual arts education is suffering.
A regional WA school is sparking students’ interest in STEM by introducing Indigenous science concepts into the curriculum.
It's time for all eyes to look to the skies as the NASA Ingenuity helicopter became the first powered, controlled aircraft to complete a flight on another planet!